Morpht Revamps World AIDS Day Website for Department of Health and Aged Care

World AIDS Day website

Morpht, a web development company, successfully revamped the World AIDS Day website for the Department of Health and Aged Care just in time for World AIDS Day 2023. The project demanded a contemporary design, improved content models, and an enhanced site search, all meticulously executed within a tight three-week deadline. The new website, built on Drupal 10 and aligned with the ASK and Department of Health Design System, features a custom content type for events and a Map component to filter events by state.

Additionally, the platform now boasts improved accessibility, reduced broken links, and enhanced user engagement, allowing the Department to effectively disseminate crucial information and resources for World AIDS Day 2023. The website's search and findability have been optimized, facilitating easy access to events and resources, while the adoption of a refreshed design has greatly improved the overall user experience, ensuring Australians can easily access important information surrounding World AIDS Day.

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